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Digital Subscriptions > Argyllshire Advertiser > 21 October 2016 > Police hunt Furnace playground vandals

Police hunt Furnace playground vandals

POLICE are hunting vandals who entered the grounds of Furnace Primary School last week and left a trail of damage behind them.

Sergeant Iain Mac-Nicol of Lochgilphead police office said: ‘Between 6pm on Tuesday October 11 and 7.40am on Wednesday October 12, a wooden bench and a wooden totem pole were damaged in the Furnace Primary School grounds.’ He added: ‘At around the same time a wooden fence at a house in Goatfield View, Furnace was also damaged.’

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